George Miller and Kate Scuffle welcome Charles Richter, director of the upcoming Muhlenberg College production of Kurt Weill's landmark American opera Street Scene. Then, George and Kate speak with performer, writer, and activist Peterson Toscano about his lively, insightful, and, at times, hilarious performance of Climate Change: What's Faith Got to Do With It?, on the Lehigh University campus.
Hosts George Miller and Kate Scuffle welcome Josh Neth and Jason Roth to discuss their performances in Allentown Public Theatre’s upcoming production of Sam Shepherd’s True West at Touchstone Theatre. Also joining them is Professor Francine Roussel, director of Muhlenberg College’s production of The Miss Firecracker Contest by Beth Henley, opening February 18.
Host Bill Dautremont-Smith welcomes photographer Lydia Panas. Her new exhibition, After Sargent, opens Wednesday, October 8th at Muhlenberg College. Panas has produced a seemingly simple yet complex and evocative body of large-format portraits inspired by iconic American portraitist John Singer Sargent (1856-1925), particularly his well known and beautifully ambiguous painting The Daughters of Edward Darley Boit, 1882.
Host Kenn Michael speaks with Doppelskope co-artistic directors Ora Fruchter and Christopher Scheer about their new family musical Gruff!, on stage in the Studio Theatre of the Trexler Pavilion for Theatre & Dance at Muhlenberg College June 18 - July 26.
Muhlenberg Summer Music Theatre is celebrating its 33rd Season, and Chair of the Muhlenberg Theatre Department, James Peck, joins hosts George Miller and Kate Scuffle to talk about this summer's musical offerings.